Luke Bryan To Embark On 36-City Country On Tour This Summer

Luke Bryan  is spending a good part of 2023 on the road. The Georgia native announces his 2023 Country On Tour, kicking off on June 15 in Syracuse, New York, and performing in a total of 36 cities before wrapping up on October 28 in Charleston, South Carolina. Chayce Beckham, Tyler Braden, Ashley Cooke, Jackson Dean, Jon Langston, Conner Smith, Alana Springsteen, Hailey Whitters, and DJ Rock will rotate as Bryan’s opening acts for the tour.

“Artists get into the business to make music and perform it for the fans,” Bryan says. “Leaving it all out on that stage is what it’s all about for me. I’m excited to support and have so many talented new artists along for the ride this year. It’s one of the most rewarding parts of our job.”

Bryan also announced the news on social media.

Bryan’s Country On Tour isn’t the only thing keeping him busy this year. The 46-year-old will return for his sixth season as a judge on American Idol, working once again alongside Lionel Richie and Katy Perry, and host Ryan Seacrest.

“We keep showing up,” Bryan previously told Nightline. “It’s been really amazing, getting to call Lionel and Katy and Ryan my friends over the past now going on six years. We’re invested with each other outside of the show. Obviously, Katy being a new mother … we’re sitting at a desk, and she’s always face-timing Orlando [Bloom], and I’m always face-timing my kids. We’re always checking on one another. We just seem to have the right vibes with how we want the show to go and how we want our professional and personal lives to go.”

Bryan will also resume his Las Vegas residency, beginning on February 1. Tickets for the Country On Tour will be on sale to the general public on Friday, February 3, at 10:00 AM local time. See a complete list of dates and venues below. Find more information at

Luke Bryan Country On Tour Dates:

June 15 — Syracuse, N.Y.,  St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
June 16 — Darien Center, N.Y.,  Darien Lake Amphitheater
June 17 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Budweiser Stage
June 23 — Philadelphia, Pa.,  Freedom Mortgage Pavilion
June 24 — Holmdel, N.J.,  PNC Bank Arts Center
July 6 — Wantagh, N.Y.,  Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
July 7 — Columbia, Md.,  Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 13 — Hershey, Pa., Hersheypark Stadium
July 20 — Portland, Ore.,  RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater
July 21 — Wheatland, Calif., Toyota Amphitheatre
July 22 — Mountain View, Calif., Shoreline Amphitheatre
July 27 — Lubbock, Texas,  United Supermarkets Arena
July 28 — Albuquerque, N.M., Isleta Amphitheater
July 29 — Denver, Co.,  Ball Arena
Aug. 4 — Salt Lake City, Utah,  USANA Amphitheatre
Aug. 5 — Boise, Idaho, Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater
Aug. 10 — Rogers, Ark.,  Walmart AMP
Aug. 12 — Nashville, Tenn.,  Bridgestone Arena
Aug. 13 — Brandon, Miss., Brandon Amphitheater
Aug. 17 — Cincinnati, Ohio,  Riverbend Music Center
Aug. 18 — Indianapolis, Ind.,  Ruoff Music Center
Aug. 19 — Pittsburgh, Pa., The Pavilion at Star Lake
Aug. 25 — Evansville, Ind.,  Ford Center
Aug. 26 — St. Louis, Mo., Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Sept. 28 — Dallas, Texas,  Dos Equis Pavilion
Sept. 29 — Ft Worth, Texas,  Dickies Arena
Sept. 30 — Tulsa, Okla.,  BOK Center
Oct. 5 — Orlando, Fla.,  Amway Center
Oct. 6 — Savannah, Ga., Enmarket Arena
Oct. 7 — Charlotte, N.C., PNC Music Pavilion
Oct. 12 — Sioux Falls, S.D., Denny Sanford PREMIER Center
Oct. 13 — Green Bay, Wisc.,  Resch Center
Oct. 14 — St. Paul, Minn.,  Xcel Energy Center
Oct. 26 — Raleigh, N.C., Coastal Credit Union Music Park
Oct. 28 — Charleston, S.C., Credit One Stadium